CSD annually hosts a select group of graduate students, emerging scholars and researchers, young faculty, and practitioners as CSD scholars. CSD scholars enjoy sponsored research on an author or work of primary importance to the field of strategy and diplomacy; publication opportunities with CSD; private roundtable discussions, peer networking, and additional mentorship opportunities.
CSD accepts nominations for future CSD scholars throughout the year. The program begins each May and lasts one year, with opportunities for further engagement with CSD for program alumni.
Joshua Boucher - Former CSD Scholar
Richard Jordan - Former CSD Scholar
Richard Jordan is assistant professor political science at Baylor University. His research and teaching interests include international politics, grand strategy, crisis decision making, emerging technologies, and mathematical models of (in)equality. His work uses game theory and historical cases to analyze how states and leaders bargain before, during, and after conflict.
Carolina Kenny - Former CSD Scholar
Jared McKinney - Former CSD Scholar
Nicholas Morrow - Former CSD Scholar
A. Bradley (Brad) Potter - Former CSD Scholar
A. Bradley Potter, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS